Texas A&M beats China University All Stars
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Iowa State University's women's soccer coach Rebecca Hornbacher is fighting her second OWI charge.
U.S. RESIDENCY ROSTER:
Finally, there is a new magazine devoted entirely to women's soccer!
"I am definitely going to residency camp."
Long Beach State women's soccer lost 3-0 to the U.S. Women's Under-20 National Team on Monday in a spring exhibition game at the Home Depot Center complex.
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United Soccer Leagues announced that majority shareholder UMBRO International Ltd has acquired an additional 30 percent share in ownership of USISL, Inc. (d/b/a USL).
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A confident BYU women's soccer team, filled with great potential and promise, proved it can play with the best in the nation by defeating the U 20 Women's National Team, 2-1, Saturday in Texas.
Heather O'Reilly scored twice and the U.S. women's team beat Denmark 5-0 in the Algarve Cup on Saturday. Captain Kristine Lilly, Abby Wambach and Natasha Kai also scored for the U.S. team in its largest margin of victory in the 13-year history of the tournament.
Texas A&M Aggies beat the United States Under 20 National Team 2-1 Thursday night.
"An Iowa State University soccer coach charged with drunken driving has filed a motion to have results from conversations and chemical test results suppressed.
Joy Fawcett, who starred at California from 1986-89, will have her uniform number retired before the Golden Bears' annual alumni game Saturday, March 11, at Memorial Stadium. The alumni game, which pits former Cal women's soccer players against the current team, kicks off at approximately 1:15 p.m. Fawcett's No. 5 will be retired at a 1 p.m. pre-game ceremony, and fans can see her play in the alumni game.
The Germans and the United States are clearly the class of the tournament. China, Sweden and Norway are close on their heels. While the Americans are riding high off a Four Nations Cup title and are still undefeated under Ryan, streaks are made to end. The fresh talent of the U.S. should run into a wiser and tested German squad in the final. Through savvy and guile in addition to their rock-solid defense, the Germans will claim their long-awaited Algarve title.